It appears I may have found an issue, it could be already known, but just wanted to point it out.
I have a set of tabs, on one tab, there is a grid.
When the page loads, the tab is selected that has the grid on it. Data displays fine, and you can scroll and select a row. In IE, when you click another tab, and return to that tab with the grid, the scroll position remains along with the desired selected row. But in FF 1.0.7 at least, the scroll returns to the top, and the rows that were not visible above the scroll area, now are blank and do not refresh. So not only is the scroll back at the top, the data is missing and does not refresh until the scroll bars is moved again. One thing works, the selected row remains. Just thought I would point this out.
On a side note, I was trying to use
But also in Firefox it starts at the row #1 instead of 0. I tried
Which works as far as making it the starting position, but then the tab selected change gets messed up, which I would assume is from the -1, but still frustrating.